An essay about how being too absorbed by one's physical appearance can cause one to be tricked by the beauty they see instead of seeing the person for who they are.
Learn how the world may look like in 100 years, in terms of the environment, human society, and technologically.
I have been away from HubPages for a while, but when I saw this picture, and realized that is was offered as a writing challenge, I couldn't resist. Thank you, Bill, for the inspiration.
Learn how to identify, interpret, and write about a symbol in a work of literature. Ace your English class! Suitable for high school English or college-level literature.
Feliks Skrzynecki details Peter’s reflections on the father he deeply loves and admires. It describes their relationship and how their immigration experience has changed it.
The futility of a war.
Reading and Writing with Elliot I am not really sure where to start. Since there is not too great deal in pile up in my life or early days related to my past and development in writing. I guess I could focus more...
Nietzsche was a stranger to women, and so hated God. I have always been popular with women, and I have been a womanizer since the age of 14 ... since then I haven't looked back. God is great!
An in depth essay on Shakespeare's Sonnet 130 and how it breaks the rules of a sonnet in the sense that it looks at a woman's flaws and finds beauty in her imperfections.
The first in an essay series by @starryhills.
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